Invite Me

speakingShoot me a message if you think I can be of help to you. Geography doesn’t matter. I regularly travel to speak, provide training, or give advice in a range of settings. I’d be happy to do the same for you. The UK, Eastern Europe and North America are my three most common destinations, though I am open to going anywhere. I am also able provide advice and coaching in person or from a distance. If you want to throw around some possibilities, drop me an email at

Also, if you wanted to connect while I’m in your area, these are a few of the locations I have been to recently, or which I will visit over the coming months:

Republic of Moldova (October 2015)

France (early November 2015)

Ukraine (February 2016)

USA & Canada (March 2016)

United Kingdom (June & July 2016)

Indonesia (August 2016)

Italy (November 2016)

Netherlands (March 2017)

Germany (April 2017)

United Kingdom (June 2017)

USA & Canada (June & July 2017)

Czech Republic (November 2017)

Netherlands (March 2018)

Burkina Faso (April 2018)

United Kingdom (May & June 2018)

USA (June & July 2018)

Guatemala (August 2018)

Middle East (September 2018)

Mongolia (October 2018)

Spain (November 2018)

Netherlands (April 2019)

South Africa (July 2019)

United Kingdom (June & July 2019)

Netherlands (October 2019 & February 2020)

United Kingdom (June & July 2020)

USA (June & July 2020)

4 thoughts on “Invite Me

  1. Hi Luke. My name is Nick Peters. I run a Christian apologetics podcast called the Deeper Waters Podcast that I record usually from 3-5 PM EST every Saturday. I just finished reading your book on the myth of the non-Christian and I’m curious if you’d be willing to come on my show. My email is Let me know.

    In Christ,
    Nick Peters


  2. Dear Luke, I would like to request your help for my Preaching Christ in a Multi-Faith World course at Gordon-Conwell on Monday, July 31st sometime between 1-4pm Eastern Standard Time (USA) for about 30 minutes of Q&A with students via Skype or Zoom. Would you please email me if you’re interested? We are reading The Myth of the Non-Christian for the course.


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